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a confirmation e-mail. it didn't work. >> kathleen sebelius under fire. >> the majority of people calling for me to resign i would say are people i don't work for. >>> we'll discuss the obamacare rollout and -- with louisiana governor bobby jindal. >>> a growing number of democrats are demanding changes in the individual mandate. >> this should be a transition year for one year. there should be no fine. >> i think the president should man up and let us know who is responsible, who is in charge and fire him. >>> we will talk with javier bacerra and marcia blackburn. >>> is theñr u.s.çóñrÑiÑiçóñrea >>> ourñr2pmwerçóÑi pfa0áhjt thr week. qôt,àei leading voiceÑiñrñrñrñr of amerj t-%>xdÑi deepçóÑi downçó i belie everything isñrÑi opposed to getting republicans right. >>ñr hello again from fox news in washington. president obama ordered a techñ;su problems with the problems with the healthcare.gov, but even individual mandate. beltway, a critic of theÑi president's health care law, louisiana governor bobby jindal,Ñ'i chair of the republican governors governor, welcome
sebelius with hur fingers crossed and a tech guy with a floppy disk. my guess julie is folks at the white house are not laughing. how concerned are they about this rollout? not just the website but the whole deal. what is their biggest concern? >> that they are in this holding pattern. no one expects the website will be fixed over the next couple of days. november 30 seems like a fairly conservative estimate by some accounts. all we're seeing now is more website problems and more problems with the actual policy. if the conversation switches to the policy away from the website that becomes even more dangerous. there's nothing that they can say to refute that now because people can't log on to the website. they can't see what kind of payments they're going to be making. all they're having to deal with is criticism not just from republicans but democrats. >> a promise that wasn't a promise? >> they feel like that was maybe a risk they took at the time and now they're having to take a hit for it but it was worth it given the amount of criticism they were taking early on for the law. it has ce
cover. you can see president obama, secreta secreta secretary sebelius crossing her fingers. i'm sure the white house isn't laughing. >> they're in a holding patter. no one expected the website to be fixed in the next couple days. nofr 30th seems like a conservative estimate, and all we're seeing now is more website problems and more problems with the actual policy. as the conversation switches to the policy away from the website that is more dangerous and there is nothing they can say to refute that. people can't log on and see the payments they will be making, and they just have to deal with criticism. >>> what about the promise? >> they feel like that was a risk they had to take at the time. it has servely come back to haunt them and you hear them say ', reporters you should be providing more contacts. any time you blame reporters you're going down a bad road. >> secretary sebelius said that with all of the testing problems they had to go on october 31st because that's what the law mandates. >> an ideal world there would have been more testing. we just didn't have the time. >> that
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